The Scholar’s Mother Tongue Revision Notes NCERT Class 4 English
Class 4 English Chapter 6 is about the presence of mind Birbal displayed in Akbar’s court. He is often known for his excellent wit and wisdom. One day, a pundit challenged everyone in the court to determine what his mother tongue is. He was multilingual and could speak many languages. This chapter describes how Birbal outsmarted the pundit and found out his mother tongue. The Scholar's Mother Tongue summary tells us how our presence of mind can help us in any situation.
Refer to The Scholar's Mother Tongue revision notes to understand how Birbal outsmarted the pundit in the royal court. His multilingual skills were nothing in front of Birbal’s wit. To prepare this chapter for exams, follow these notes prepared by the subject matter experts at Vedantu.
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1. How did the pundit challenge everybody?
The pundit was well-versed in many languages. He spoke them all very fluently. He challenged everyone in Akbar’s court to recognize his mother tongue. No one was able to give the right answer.
2. Who found the mother tongue of that pundit?
It was Birbal who figured out the mother tongue of the pundit. He created a situation that caused distress to the pundit at night when he slept. It made the pundit shout in his mother tongue.
3. Why was Birbal better than all the courtiers?
All the courtiers held influential positions in Emperor Akbar’s royal court but no one could match the wit and wisdom of Birbal. He always managed to outsmart anyone who challenged him. He always took his time to retaliate with the right steps and the right words to outsmart others.